tolily

I have a form with a textBox and a button on it. Then input a Email Address into the textBox and press the button, a MS office communicator dialog should appear and so I can chat with the one who is the owner of the email address.

It seems that there's no such API published by Microsoft, right somebody advise me to use oc object model, but how to I am eager to know the detail.



Re: Windows Forms General How to embed MS office communicator in .NET application?


Re: Windows Forms General How to embed MS office communicator in .NET application?

tolily

Thanks for your reply.

But what I need is just office communicator, as I want to embed office communicator in our application, which is developed for my colleagues. When he click on the name of another colleague, the dialog of office communicator is shown and he can chat with the colleague directly, without bothering him to open office communicator, find the colleague and click to chat with him.





Re: Windows Forms General How to embed MS office communicator in .NET application?

tolily

Who know the command line parameters for office communicator

If I want to communicate with Kate.One, and her email address is kate.one@ddd.com, I click on the windows Start menu, then click "Run", on the command line, I input "communicator kate.one@ddd.com",Error occurs: "The specified address is not recognized or does not exist. Please verify the address and try again. If you do not know the correct syntax for this address, contact your system administrator".

Why, When I open the office communicator, I found the email address for Kate One is right, what does the "address" in the error message exactly mean





Re: Windows Forms General How to embed MS office communicator in .NET application?

Muthu Krishnan. R

Try

communicator sip:kate.one@add.com






Re: Windows Forms General How to embed MS office communicator in .NET application?

tolily

It works well now, thx

BTW, why should I add "sip", it is because Office Communicator exchange information by SIP





Re: Windows Forms General How to embed MS office communicator in .NET application?

ShirouKamui

So, in the end, how and where do you use the "communicator sip:kate.one@add.com"
I tried in Start > Run > communicator sip:kate.one@add.com is working.
But how to put it in ASP.NET Can we use it like mailto:email@email.com
Thanks





Re: Windows Forms General How to embed MS office communicator in .NET application?

Muthu Krishnan. R

Sure

<a href="sip:kate.one@add.com">kate</a>






Re: Windows Forms General How to embed MS office communicator in .NET application?

D.Cook

The API does exist - see the .NET code samples for Microsoft Automation API Sample for Office Communicator 2005.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx familyid=02ff5eaa-7f13-4670-90ad-9ed3719d1730&displaylang=en





Re: Windows Forms General How to embed MS office communicator in .NET application?

MarkOfNY

Hi,

We also need to integrate OCS into our intranet. Specifically, we are looking for a way to have a user click on a contact displayed in ASP.NET page and launch a web chat with that contact. I assume this would involve implicitly logging in current user to OCS and then somehow launching web chat. Can anyone suggest a good approach for this Thanks.

Mark